Monday February 20, 2017

 

 

RECENT EVENTS:

November 17 USCPF’s 21st ANNUAL GALA DINNER

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation celebrated its 21st anniversary with a gala dinner co-chaired by Ambassadors James Sasser and J. Stapleton Roy. Dr. David M. Lampton, The Honorable Barbara Hackman Franklin, and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon were all presented with awards during the dinner. Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai provided keynote remarks.

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September 26 TSAI ING-WEN’S PRESIDENCY: THE FIRST 100 DAYS (panel)

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation held a panel discussion on Tsai Ing-Wen’s Presidency: The First 100 Days for Taiwan’s New Leader, to be held Monday, September 26. Participants included Dr. David M. Lampton, Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, Mr. Alan Romberg, Dr. Robert Sutter, and Ms. Lally Weymouth.

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September 1 USCPF WELCOMES CIISS MILITARY DELEGATION TO DINNER

USCPF invited experts on American military science to exchange views with members of the visiting China Institute for International Strategic Studies (CIISS) delegation. It was a meeting among “old friends” in the words of one attendee, as such dinners have been organized about once a year. The Foundation is grateful to the military attaché’s office at the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. for hosting the event.

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August 22-September 1 AUGUST POLICYMAKERS TRIP TO CHINA

From August 22-September 1, the U.S.-China Policy Foundation led another congressional staff delegation to China. This year’s delegation traveled to Beijing, Shenyang, Dandong, and Harbin. The trip focused on commerce and foreign policy, and also looked at China’s relationship with North Korea and Russia.

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May 26 PANEL DISCUSSION: OBAMA’S CHINA POLICY AND PROSPECTS FOR THE NEXT PRESIDENT

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation hosted a panel discussion titled “Obama’s China Policy and Prospects for the Next President.” Over 100 people turned up to the panel discussion to listen to the experts giver their thoughts and perspectives on the current state of China policy and what it might look like moving forward into the next presidency.

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March 26-April 3 SPRING POLICYMAKERS TRIP TO CHINA

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation led another Policymakers Trip to China. This delegation included 12 Chiefs of Staff and senior staff and traveled to Beijing, Shanghai, and Wuzhen. The trip focused on education, commerce, and development.

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February 11, 2016 USCPF HOSTS LUNCHEON WITH THE CHINESE DEFENSE ATTACHE

USCPF hosted a luncheon to say farewell to the current Defense Attaché for the Chinese Embassy, Major General Xu Nanfeng, and to welcome the new Defense Attaché, Major General Zhang Yijun.

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November 18, 2015 USCPF’S 20TH ANNUAL GALA DINNER

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation celebrated our momentous 20th anniversary with a black-tie gala dinner on Wednesday, November 18 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC.

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November 9, 2015 OBAMA’S CHALLEGE TO CHINA: THE PIVOT TO ASIA BOOK LAUNCH

On Monday, November 9th, the China Studies Department at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at John’s Hopkins hosted a launch for Dr. Chi Wang’s book “Obama’s Challenge to China: The Pivot to Asia.” Dr. David M. Lampton, Hyman Professor of SAIS-China and China Studies, moderated the event.

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October 8, 2015 USCPF HOSTS PANEL DISCUSSION ON PRESIDENT XI JINPING RECENT VISIT TO THE U.S.

The USCPF recently hosted a panel discussion titled “President Xi in the U.S.: Takeaways from Xi Jinping’s Recent Visit.” Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy, former U.S. Ambassador to China, Singapore, and Indonesia, moderated the event. The panelists included five distinguished China experts: Mr. Douglass Paal, Vice President for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Dr. Robert Sutter, Professor of Practice of International Affairs at the Elliot School of International Affairs of George Washington University, Ambassador Richard Solomon, Senior Fellow at the RAND Corporation, Dr. Yukon Huang, Senior Associate at the Asia Program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Mr. Alan Romberg, Director of the East Asia Program at the Stimson Center.

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September 22, 2015 USCPF HELPS WELCOME CHINESE PRESIDENT TO U.S.

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in the U.S. on September 22 and began his strip in Seattle, Washington. In Seattle, the U.S.-China Policy Foundation, in cooperation with event co-hosts the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, the U.S.-China Business Council, and the Washington State Welcoming Committee, welcomed the Chinese president to the U.S. with a banquet dinner and reception.

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September 10 – October 23, 2015 AGELESS CHINESE ART EXHIBIT AND PANEL DISCUSSION

The USCPF recently hosted a panel discussion at the opening of the exhibit “Ageless Chinese Art: A Virginia Scholar’s Collection of Chinese Calligraphy and Paintings.” The exhibit, which is housed at the Fine Arts Gallery of the Art and Design Building of George Mason University, showcases many treasures from Dr. Chi Wang’s private collection of historical Chinese artworks and calligraphy.

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August 8-18, 2015 AUGUST 2015 POLICYMAKERS TRIP TO CHINA

From August 8-18, the U.S.-China Policy Foundation (USCPF) led another successful Policymakers Trip to China. The August delegation traveled to Beijing, Shenyang, and Dalian. This year’s trip focused on commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII and included visits to several WWII related historical sites and museums.

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June 8-12, 2015 WWII PHOTO EXHIBIT AND RECEPTION

The USCPF hosted a photo exhibit titled “The U.S.-China WWII Alliance,” which displayed photos that showcased the important relationship between the two countries during the Pacific War. The exhibit culminated in a reception where a few distinguished guests spoke on the role that remembering should play in the future U.S.-China great power relations.

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March 28-April 7, 2015 SPRING 2015 POLICYMAKERS TRIP TO CHINA

The U.S.-China Policy Foundation (USCPF) led another successful Policymakers Trip to China from March 28-April 7. The spring delegation traveled to Beijing, Xi’an, and Shanghai. The trip highlighted China’s history, from ancient times through today, and had a special emphasis on commerce and development.

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March 10, 2015 CHINA ANTI-CORRUPTION PANEL DISCUSSION

The USCPF hosted a panel of experts to discuss Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent attempts to curb corruption in the government.

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